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. for more on eaton and other agents of change, visit our website, cnn.com/the next list and visit my life stream at cnn.com/sanjay. thanks so much for watching. hope to see you back here next sunday. >>> you're in the cnn newsroom. it is sunday, december 11th. i'm fredricka whitfield. a look at the stories we're covering. the morning after the gop debate in iowa, six of the seven republican candidates squared off about being a career politician, infidelity and knowing the facts. >> you're for individual mandates my friend. >> you know what, you've raised that before, rick, and you're simply wrong. >> no. it's true now. >> rick, i'll tell you what -- $10,000 bucks? $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business. >> who were last night's winners and losers. cnn's deputy political director paul steinhauser joins us live from des moines in a few moments. former leader manuel noriega is on a flight right now destination, panama, to face jail time tore the killings two of political opponents in the 1980s. noriega spent 22 years in prison in the united states and france for drug trafficking and
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, please join me in honoring my friend, and cnn hero, eddie canales. >> those who love the game of football and support the game of football, we'd like for you to get behind us. and if it's okay with you, i'd like to bring my son chris out and share this with him. [ applause ] we ask that you help us provide what these families need. we cheer these young men on the football field. let's make sure we don't forget them now. thank you very much. >> welcome, guys. great speech, eddie. thanks, kurt. chris, nice to see you again. kurt, great to see you. i understand you were so impressed by eddie's story that you reached out to cnn yourself to get in touch with eddie and chris. what did you take away from that experience? >> well, it's just amazing to me to see all the people, not just eddie and chris, but all the people that are here and represented tonight. and what they're doing to impact another's life. that we can all accomplish great things, but what i've realized is that nothing is as great of an accomplishment as impacting somebody's life. and that's what these guys are doing on a daily b
this week. and later cnn invests big in ipad, but leaves the brand behind. mark johnson in conversation with our reporter. rich and jon schwartz of usa today this week on "press:here." >> good morning. i'm scott mcgrew. my first guest invented what became the world's most popular video camera, the flip camera. he has moved on to grilled cheese and that's not a code name for anything. it's really grilled cheese. it is truly one of the strangest of high-tech success stories. the melt. a chain of grilled cheese restaurants in san francisco is the latest effort by entrepreneur jonathan kaplan. it's his second act. in the beginning there was a flip, the wildly successful, inexpensive video camera which quickly became a best seller. in a head-scratching move, the whole product line was purchased by cisco for $590 million in stock, only to see cisco dump the product just a few months later. that brings us to the melt. kaplan took his capital and the pinch of partnership, to open these restaurants where you can order a $5 grilled cheese sandwich using your iphone. the melt has three locations.
join me in honoring my friend and cnn hero, eddie canales. [ applause ] >> those who love the game of football and support the game of football, we'd like for you to get behind us. and if it's okay with you, i'd like to bring my son chris out and share this with him. [ applause ] we ask that you help us provide what these families need. we cheer these young men on the football field. let's make sure we don't forget them now. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> welcome, guys. great speech, eddie. thanks, kurt. chris, nice to see you again. kurt, great to see you. i understand you were so impressed by eddie's story that you reached out to cnn yourself to get in touch with eddie and chris. what did you take away from that experience? >> well, it's just amazing to me to see all the people, not just eddie and chris, but all the people that are here and represented tonight. and what they're doing to impact another's life. that we can all accomplish great things, but what i've realized is that nothing is as great of accomplishment as impacting somebody's life. and that's what these guys
's an app for that. jonathan kaplan my guest for this week. >>> and cnn invests big in ipad but leaves the brand behind. >>> mark johnson in conversation with our reporters. from bloomberg business week, and john schwartz of "usa tod " today", this week on "press here." good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. my first guest invented the world's most popular video camera, the flip camera. he's moved on to grilled cheese and that's not a code name for anything. it's literally grilled cheese. it is truly one of the strangest of high-tech success stories -- the melt. a chain of grilled cheese restaurants in san francisco is the latest effort by entrepreneur jonathan kaplan. it's his second act. in the beginning, there was the flip, a wildly successful inexpensive video camera which quickly became a best seller. in a head scratching move the whole product was purchased by cisco for $590 million in stock, only to see cisco dump the product just a few months later. which brings us back to the melt. kaplan took his millions and adventure capital into a pinch of partnerships to open these re
evening, everyone. welcome to "cnn heroes: an all-star tribute." how are you all doing? we live in a time, in a world full of uncertainty but tonight is all about hope. in the movies here in hollywood cape crusaders save the day. tonight you'll meet real supermen and superwomen from across the globe. heroes who have dedicated their lives to helping people in need. none of them wear a spandex leotard or cape, at least not while working, not that i'm aware of, but they are true heroes. we are live tonight in los angeles and around the world and we have a group of famous folks joining us tonight. they've generously given their time to share our hero stories with you. some have journeyed to see our honorees. jerry seinfeld, will.i.am. he went to meet one of our heros in wisconsin. my colleague dr. sanjay gupta is streaming live all night with our presenters and honorees. also ice cube, laura dern, christie turlington who went to indonesia. to learn more about one of our heros. if you would like to share these amazing stories with your friends, follow us on facebook, on twitter, use hash tag c
>>> hello. you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm fredricka whitfield. topping our news, iran state media reporting an unmanned american spy plane has been shot down. state television is citing military sources as saying the u.s. drone was seized after minimum damage, but since that announcement we've gotten a response from nato with a possible explanation. cnn pentagon correspondent barbara starr is joining us right now on the phone from washington. barbara, what is this news about the unmanned plane? >> well, here's the latest we know, fredricka. nato authorities and u.s. authorities in afghanistan have issued a statement saying that, indeed, a drone went missing late last week over the afghan/iran border. so that, of course, eastern iran, western afghanistan. this drone, as all drones are, on an intelligence gathering mission. what the u.s. and nato will not say is that it was shot down by iran. they say it has gone policing, they believe it has gone down. they believe this may well be the drone that the iranians are talking about, but they also say that the crew operating the unmanned
other agents of change, go to cnn.com/thenextlist and join me on my life stream, cnn.com/sanjay, a one-stop spot for my videos, blogs, tweets and behind-the-scenes photos. >> i'm dr. sanjay gupta. thanks for watching. see you back here next sunday. >>> all right. you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm fredricka whitfield. a look at our top stories, nearly nine-year war in iraq is officially over. just after dawn today, 110 armored vehicles and supply trucks crossed a line in the sand from iraq to kuwait. there, they were the last remaining combat units in iraq. cnn's martin severe vaj is at camp virginia in kuwait. >> reporter: fredricka, camp virginia has been one of the primary staging areas for troops that have been coming out of iraq. here is where they drop their equipment. it's where they board the planes and head back to the united states. in between they get a little r and r. right now on the stage, you've got the cheerleaders for the washington redskins, two days ago the cheerleaders from the philadelphia eagles. they've had rock bands. it's a chance for those soldi
on dodd's aau basketball team. cnn george howell is in memphis. he joins us now live. so, george, what more, if anything, is being said about these allegations? >> reporter: fredericka, we just got off the phone with police. they say there's an active investigation into bobby dodd. the amateur athletic union is one of the largest sports organization in the country. two men spoke out claiming they were sexually abused back in the 1980s by dodd. one of them spoke anonymously. frank west spoke out. said he was sexually abused six times while a teenager. listen to what he told "outside the lines." >> i was dead asleep and i don't remember anything but waking up and he has -- he's trying to put his hand in my boxer shorts. i jumped up straight out of bed and he's not there but he's laying on the floor next to me down by the bed and of course i was freaked out. >> how did he get in the room? >> he had a key. he always somehow had a key to whatever room i was in. >> we are just starting to see bits and pieces of this story online. the full story is expected to air sunday on espn. again, since
. >> my pleasure, piers. >>> that's all for us tonight. >>> hello, i'm monita rajpal at cnn london. here are the top stories this hour. a series of strong earthquakes rocked the new zealand city of christchurch. many stores were packed with christmas shoppers when the first tremor hit earlier this friday. only two people were reported injured. the airport was evacuated and power is still out in parts of the city. >>> in our other main story this hour, the man who led the velvet revolution is being laid to rest. former president of the czech republic will receive full state honors at his funeral today. we are joined live from prague with more on that, atika shubert. >> reporter: we are expecting heads of state, heads of government and personal friends of pavel to come today, many dissidents who were in prison with him when he was jailed by the communist regime here. we had an extraordinary sight here at the grounds of prague castle last night. we saw tens of thousands of people coming to pay their last respects to vaclav havel, putting flowers by his coffin. it was an extraordinary scene
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of nonstop breaking news and cnn covered all of it. go to cnn.com/topstories to cast your vote for the top ten stories of 2011 and then join us december 30th to find out whether your picks made the final cut as newsroom and cnn.com unveil the top ten stories of the year. >>> meantime, new developments now in the penn state child sex abuse case. two days away from former assistant football coach jerry sandusky facing his accusers in court and we're learning a key witness, mike mcqueary, is changing his story again. sarah gannon has been following the sandusky case against the aga beginning. how is he changing the story? >> this is the first account we have come up. the first witness account of what mcqueary saw in 2002, that night many march when he stumbled upon something in the penn state locker room late at night. but how this differs from what we read in the grand jury report and what is in mike mcqueary's handwritten police statement is that he told this man, this doctor who was at his father's house, where he went seeking advice after he stumbled upon this incident, he told his doctor
, which i didn't even know existed. >> thank you. >>> i'm zain vergee at cnn in london. here are the headlines. japan's prime minister says it's achieved a cold shutdown at its fukushima daiichi nuclear power plan the. that means temperatures in the reactor have stayed below boiling point for some time. experts say it will take decades to fully clean up the nuclear disaster caused by the earthquake and tsunami in march. >>> the coastal fishing village in southern china is still under siege. police surrounded the village after nearly a week of protests. people say the local government took their land, sold it to developers and kept the money. >>> residents say food and supplies are running low and they fear police might storm the village. >>> u.s. military officials now admit its u.n.-man droned was looking for suspected nuclear sites in iran. one official says it was on a cia mission, tehran put the aircraft on display after it was brought down recently on iranian soil. >>> prolific writer and social critic christopher hitchens has died. he often skewed the elite in his writi
, then i turn on, depending on the mood i'm in that morning, fox or cnn. i turn on fox sometimes to find the edge, where there's an argument going. i want to sense where the right is coming from and what they find appetizing in the news, so i can figure out where the biting story is from their perspective. cnn's obviously more objective so i turn on cnn to sort of get--it's like a news monitor. it'll tell me what the stories are on the news budget, so i get the budget from one, and i get the attitude--or as we say in philly, atteetude--from the other, and i think people say they watch certain things and don't. they know the politically correct or the politically sort of sophisticated answer to things. "i don't like arguments on television." oh, yes, people do. they do. they like to be discernible and understandable and intelligent. they don't want people just yelling. but they do find an interesting argument valid because they find that that is what they argue about in their own family. these arguments are reflective of what's going on, and the opinion in this country is not uniform. we'
. enjoyed it. >>> i'm zain verjee at cnn in london. here are the top stories. operation activists inside syria are criticizing the arab league saying the group didn't send enough observers to monitor the country. observers on this video appear to be witnessing heavy arms fire in the city of homs. the men in orange vests are apparently the monitors taking photos in the area. >>> state-run tv in mean marseilles at least 20 people were killed in an ploex and fire. government officials tell the french press agency the blast happened in a compound of warehouses but it was not caused by a bomb. the report says more than 95 people have been injured, many of them firemen. >>> a final tribute to their fallen leader. ♪ north koreans took part in a memorial service for kim jong il who died nearly two weeks ago. they observed three minutes of silence for the former leader and pledged support for the new leader, kim jong-un. >>> what's expected to be a robust debate has began in the indian government over anti-corruption legislation. the bill would give power to create an ombudsman in house. those
p.m. eastern, every saturday at 6:00 p.m. eastern and at this time every weekend on cnn international. the news continues next on cnn. >>> he had loshgs everyone. i'm don lemon. you're in the cnn newsroom. los angeles police are trying to sort out why a gunman suddenly started shooting at passing cars in hollywood. >> oh, my god! >> one of the most well known intersections in los angeles, in the country really. soon after this video was taken, police shot and killed that gunman. he was identified as 26-year-old tyler breen. and, of course, the big question is why? why did he do it? sergeant mittsy fee arrow is with the lapd. she joins us now by phone. sergeant piaro, tell us how long the gunman was shooting before he was shot? >> it appears that the incident took approximately -- a little over five minutes from beginning to end. as can see in the video, tyler approached the intersection of sunset and vine armed with a handgun, started shooting at passing motorists, walked up and down the area of sunset and vine and then walks southbound down vine street where he shot a p
how old you are. back now to cnn saturday headlines. have a great weekend, everybody. >> from cnn world headquarters, bringing you news and analysis live from around the globe. this is cnn saturday morning. >>> and good morning. thank you so much for joining us this saturday. at this hour, seoul, south korea rings in the new year with the striking of a bell. and about a million people are expected to crowd times square tonight. what's being done to keep them all safe? we have a live report with preparations. >>> in los angeles, 21 fires and a $61,000 reward. people are scared, authorities are desperate. from the cnn center in atlanta, this is cnn saturday morning. i'm e.d. hill. we start this hour in iowa. it is hard to believe, there are only three days left until the first votes are cast in the republican presidential race. it seems like we've been waiting for a year or so. so, of course, all the candidates are in iowa. try and shake every last hand or are they? paul steinhauser joins us now from des moines. so is mitt romney there? >> he's on his way back, e.d. he's right now i
-- the ridiculist presented by seen then anchor and casper american anderson cooper. cnn, of course, the most trusted name in news and the rdidiculist a time honored staple in journal. the font alone screams gravitas. it is the same type face used by edward r. murrow used during the bombing of london. (laughter) now anderson rightfully took me to task for a story i did on december 5 about a religious conspiracy theorist who claims to see fall phalluss in the denver international airport's at work. >> time now for the ridiculist. colbert did a story about what's going on in the denver international airport. >> what is going on in denver? no one has been able to crack the code-- until you. >> phallic symbol. phallic phallic phallic phallic. shaved phallic. somebody's butt. >> i did the story three different times six months ago on the ridicculist in june. that's when i did it. june. i hate to say this, mr. colbert, you, sir, are about six months tardy to this particular phallus party. (audience reacts) >> gachl. and it was foolish of me to believe that even on my best day i could beat anderson
's all for us tonight. >>> hello, i'm monita rajpal at cnn london. we are seeing reports that the young man billed as the great successor to north korea's kim jong-il could have to share power, the reuters news agency is reporting. sources close to pyongyang and beijing say the secretive state will now be ruled under a collective arrangement between kim jong-un, one of his uncles and the military. >>> demonstrators gathered in cairo for a million-women march tuesday in response to video surfacing of a woman being stripped and beaten by security forces. >>> the king of spain will swear in the country's prime minister-elect in an hour's time. conservatives dominated elections in november, and the party leader won the approval of parliament on tuesday. rajoy has promised tough budget cuts and economic reforms that he says are needed to head off another recession. those are the top stories from cnn. i'm monita rajpal. "world business today" starts right now. s >>> good morning from cnn london, i'm nina dos santos. >> good afternoon. i'm pauline chu. this is "world business today." anger on
tomorrow. that's all for us tonight. >>> hello, i'm mondita rajpal a cnn london. the murder spree in belgium that is claimed one more life. police say they found a body in the gunman's house, a cleaning woman they say he killed before tuesday's grenade and gun attack. six people are now dead including the attacker. at least 119 people were injured. >>> millions of egyptians are heading out to the polls to vote in the second round of parliamentary elections. islamic and conservative parties won 65% of the vote in the first stage of voting last month after voting for the lower house, egyptians will elect an upper house. >>> unconfirmed reports from syrian activists say at least 36 civilians and 7 members of the security forces were killed in fighting on tuesday. the u.s. state department is calling on russia and other countries on the u.n. security council to speak out against the lethal crackdown in syria. >>> a blistering attack by one iraqi politician against another. in an interview with cnn, deputy prime minister called prime minister nuri al maliki a dictator. it came as u.s.
at cnn here in london. here is our top story. we've been watching striking scenes of grief and mourning unfold in north korea. kim jong-il, the reclusive country's dear leader has been laid to rest in pyongyang. cnn's not allowed inside north korea. our paula hancocks is monitoring developments from soeg in neighboring south korea. she joins us now. walk us through some of the highlights of the funeral. >> reporter: well, zain, it really was a very well choreographed affair, as we were expecting from north korea, very similar to what we saw 17 years ago for the funeral of kim il-sun. we saw the procession. coffin going through the streets of pyongyang, 40 kilometers was the procession. and along those snow-laden streets, there were tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of mourners who had come out to pay their last respects. this was a lot of emotion. we did see at the front of these crowds a lot of wailing and weeping and beating of chests. although further back in the crowds, there were some more passive looking people paying their respects. so this is as it was expected. kim
. >> thank you very much. >>> hello, i'm monita rajpal at cnn london. here are the top stories, actually one story we want to focus on, that's violence in baghdad as iraq's political crisis deepens. there are several explosions that rocked the capital today. arwa damon is monitoring situation from cnn baghdad. she joins us now. arwa, we continue to understand the death toll continues to rise. >> it most certainly does, monita. at least 63 people have been killed. at least 185 wounded in a series of explosions that rocked the capital. some of them were so powerful that our location actually shook. these explosions were suicide bombings, roadside bombs and car bombs. they were targeting busy intersections, marketplaces, one of them exploding in front of the integrity commission located in the heart of the capital. another explosion taking place very close to a school, just as children were arriving. these attacks taking place in a two-hour time frame from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. exactly when the streets would have been at their busiest. people right now absolutely terrified. many of them fearin
life stream at cnn.com/sanjay. also join the ongoing conversation on twitter @sanjayguptacnn. >>> we are at the top of the hour. 8:00 a.m. eastern time on this cnn sunday morning. and a christmas morning. good morning to you all. i'm t.j. holmes. thank you for spending part of this important day for you and your families here with us. we're going to get you caught up on a lot of things, have a little fun this hour as well. but sit back and enjoy. but unfortunately on this christmas day, not all the news is so joyous, of course. >>> we start with a tragedy today actually taking place. two churches being bombed on christmas day. the same thing happened in nigeria last christmas day. we'll get you the update about what happened just a little while ago. >>> also, this news is coming as pope benedict delivers his annual message from the vatican. it just so happens he's talking about violence around the world. we will let you hear part of his message. >>> but let's start with those two christian churches in two cities in nigeria, both bombed today, christmas day, during holiday worship ser
into this confident, according to the polls, still leading four days as we said before these iowa caucuses. cnn political reporter jim acosta is awaiting the event. he's in west des moines this morning. hi, there, jim. what can we expect today and how much might this appearance bice chris christie help mitt romney? >> well, it will help him a lot. chris christie, as you know, a very popular figure inside the republican party when these two get out on the campaign trail together it gets all kinds of talk going about whether or not this might be a potential ticket for the republican party heading into 2012. you know, mitt romney, people are talking about mittmentum in iowa right now. a brand-new poll which shows what our cnn/"time"/orc poll showed earlier this week. pull under to a lead in this state and a pretty stunning turn of events and he's only on his eighth trip to iowa during this campaign. contrast that with some of the other contenders in this field. rick santorum and michele bachmann have been to every county in iowa and they're no where near mitt romney in terms of where he stands in
>>> it's been a pleasure talking to my colleagues from cnn. i hope you have enjoyed it. they will be gone to the next story. it's been a remarkable year. thanks for watching. >>> hey there, everybody, and merry christmas to you all. yes, 25th day of december on this cnn sunday morning. thank you for spending some of your time -- part of your time on this busy day, family day for many of you. thanks for spending time with us. we're going to get you caught up on what you need to know for the next half-hour. you'll be getting back to family today. unfortunately, we have to begin with tragic news on this christmas day. we're getting word that on christmas day, churches are being attacked. two churches in particular, two bombings. many people are dead and wounded. you're shown the area here, we're showing it to you, this is in nigeria, two cities in particular, madala and jos. you see the distance they are apart. a great distance apart. these are christian churches during christmas day services and prayers. again, there are a number of casualties. we do not have a definitive
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